Henna on Eid is one of the oldest customs that continues to present, with its beautiful patterns that adorn the hands and feet of the elderly, women and girls.
In the past, the family would meet two days before Eid, and the grandmother would apply the henna that she made herself and put it to her daughters and granddaughters.
However, it has become an optional tradition that is made on occasions, weddings and holidays in more modern forms, as locals nowadays love to engrave their skin with patterns inspired by nature, such as swirls and flowers.
Share locals their customs of beauty and art to have your authentic cultural experience.
This experience can be added to your package upon request